A Book of Magic for Young Magicians: The Secrets of Alkazar

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Courier Corporation, Jun 1, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Entertaining how-to book by a professional magician, simply written, with easy to follow instructions and diagrams for mastering such intriguing effects as passing coins through tables, cutting and restoring rope, card tricks featuring the "magnetic touch" and much more. Includes valuable advice for misdirecting audience's attention, handling props and equipment, more.
 

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MISDIRECTION passing through
3
THE HANDLING sweet deception
11
SECRETS the stamp collector
19
PRESENTATION the cords of shastri
27
PATTER cut and restored rope
37
REPETITION homing stones
49
CARDS PART ONE magnetic touch
57
CARDS PART TWO super ears
67
CARDS PART THREE the speller the assistant the mirror esp
77
NATURALNESS coins through the table
89
ROUTINING card in orange
101
PERFORMANCE the spirit of isis
113
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Allan Zola Kronzek is an author, educator, and magician. His programs have been featured at colleges, libraries, and elementary and middle schools throughout the New York. Kronzek is the author of The New York Times best seller The Sorcerer's Companion-A Guide to the World of Harry Potter and A Book of Magic for Young Magicians--The Secrets of Alkazar. Allan has appeared at New York City's Monday Night Magic and has been featured on CNN. He lives in Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY.

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